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About the Park: Knight Point on North Hero Island opened as a state park in 1978, but its history goes back much further. John Knight, the Point's first resident, began ferry service between the islands in 1785. His family operated a ferry until the first bridge opened in 1892. The historic Knight from vtstateparks.com
Sandy beach, swimming, boat rentals. Shaded or open picnic grounds with cooking grills. Knight Point on North Hero Island opened as a state park in 1978. Area history goes much further back. The Hero Islands were named to commemorate early Vermonters who served in the Revolutionary War. John Knight from vermonttravelplanner.o...
- The State of Vermont acquired all but 10 acres of Knight Island in 1990. The 200 acre parcel offers limited / primitive camping and hiking trails. Weather permitting, the state ferry runs from Kamp Kill Kare State Park only by advance arrangement. Call Burton Island State Park at 802-524-6353 for from wildernet.com